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HOW TO CHANGE A GROUP GASKET

Gaskets Preventative Maintenance

HOW TO CHANGE A GROUP GASKET

Prior to completing this preventative maintenance task, it is important to know what type of screen your machine uses. Machines using the E61 type group do not have a screw that holds the screen in place. The screen on this type of group is held in place by the gasket. Lever machines also do not use a screw. These are held in place by spring-type clips attached to the side of the screen.

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Coming Soon: Mahlkonig E80 Supreme & E65S Grind-by-Weight Grinders

Coming Soon: Mahlkonig E80 Supreme & E65S Grind-by-Weight Grinders

Coming Soon! Demanding coffee shop owners will finally be able to explore new realms of premium coffee grinding when Mahlkönig starts shipping the E80 Supreme and E65S Grind-by-Weight in the United States. *Expected late summer 2020.

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Differences Between the AURELIA WAVE Espresso Machines

Aurelia Wave Simonelli

Differences Between the AURELIA WAVE Espresso Machines

The new Aurelia Wave series features cutting-edge innovations making it a premium commercial espresso machine for coffee shops and cafes looking for maximum control and flexibility in crafting the absolute best espresso beverages. This machine is ideal for medium to large specialty coffee shops that have a reputation for superior quality and excellence.

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Key Differences Between the Anfim Cody II & Mahlkongi E65S

Anfim Mahlkonig

Key Differences Between the Anfim Cody II & Mahlkongi E65S

KEY DIFFERENCES: SPEED OF GRINDER: The Cody II has a speed of 960 rpm, grinding approximately one to two grams of coffee per second. The E65S has a speed of 1,650 RPM, grinding approximately four to seven grams of coffee per second. PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIBUTION: The CODY ll has Italian made 64 mm flat steel burrs and the E65S has Switzerland made (Ditting branded) 65 mm flat steel burrs. Flat burrs grind the coffee uniformly. Because it creates uniform coffee particles, a flat burr grinder will generate balanced extraction and bring out the nuances of the coffee while complementing chocolaty...

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MAHLKONIG VTA6 S & VTA6 SW?

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MAHLKONIG VTA6 S & VTA6 SW?

Both grinders are the same except for VTA6 SW is 1-phase and VTA6 S is 3-phase. 1-phase will grind 3 lbs. per min and 3-phase will ground 6.5 lbs. per min. Both are available in Copper and Black.

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